However, considering that the English language media are currently reporting that Morsi is trying to woo Egypt's Christians and women to win more votes, it is difficult to imagine that he actually made those comments: one does not doubt that he favors the idea of a "second Islamic conquest" and the subjugation of Christians; one doubts that he would be so foolish as to reveal his mind now, publicly, and thereby jeopardize his chances of winning the presidency.
Then again, his remarks are reported in the context of a private meeting at the headquarters of the Brotherhood's political party. Perhaps Morsi thought he was speaking to a fellow Islamist who would not expose him? Perhaps he was frustrated at having to win Copts over and was "venting"? Stay tuned.
Or, perhaps, he doesn't care one way or the other if he wins ( right now ), or not. It's certainly not a stretch to see a civil war there in the very near future.
The MBH is armed to the teeth, and organized. The military heads won't deal with an insurrection, but who knows how many MBH members are already in the military, waiting for the orders to kill those who stand in their way.